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Barry Michaels, vice president of intermodal operations at Union Pacific, is the winner of the prestigious 2011 Intermodal Association of North America Silver Kingpin Award. Michaels will receive the award on November 14 during the Opening General Session of the 2011 IANA Intermodal Expo at the ...
National Railroad Construction & Maintenance Association, Inc., hired Tabitha Layman as grassroots coordinator. Many will get the chance to meet Tabitha over the coming months and at the next NRC Conference, which is January 4-7, 2012, at the Hotel del Coronado in San Diego, Calif. ...
U.S. Transportation Secretary Ray LaHood signed an agreement with New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie for the state to reimburse the federal government $95 million for money that was supposed to be spent building the ARC Tunnel. New Jersey terminated the project and the Department has been seeking re ...
Michigan will be able to move forward with a planned accelerated rail project under legislation signed by Lt. Gov. Brian Calley. Senate Bill 237, sponsored by Senate Appropriations Chair Roger Kahn, allocates funds needed to purchase and improve a 135-mile rail line from Kalamazoo to De ...
03 October 2011

Pennsylvania

U.S. Department of Transportation awarded a $40 million grant to the Pennsylvania Department of Transportation to eliminate delays in and out of Harrisburg on Amtrak's Keystone Corridor. The project consists of replacing aging track and signals with modern technologies. The U.S. DOT ha ...
TranSystems, promoted Timothy P. Rock to regional vice president of the company's Midwest Region. Rock, a firm principal, has been with TranSystems for 14 years, serving in a number of progressively diverse roles in the company, most recently director of operations. He is a leader in the firm's ...
Amtrak California's San Joaquin corridor has set a new record, its first million passenger year. This is the first time ridership topped a million on the route, the fifth busiest in Amtrak's nationwide system. Operating between Oakland, Sacramento and Bakersfield, Calif., with bus serv ...
Gathering together some of North America's leading bear and transportation experts, the Government of Canada and Canadian Pacific launched the first Railway-Bear Conflict Mitigation Symposium in Banff National Park, AB, Canada. Complementing the five-year Joint Action Plan announced last fall, t ...
Koppers Inc. and CSX Transportation Inc. agreed to a three-year contract for bonded rail joint assemblies. The total value of the bonded rail joint assembly contract is estimated at $12-$13 million over the three-year period. Koppers will produce the bonded rail joint assemblies for CS ...
The Austin, Texas, Capital Metro Board of Directors adopted a $172.9 million operating budget, a $20.6 million capital budget and $13.1 million for long-term commitments and interlocal agreements for fiscal year 2012, which begins Oct. 1. Although Capital Metro is projecting a three pe ...
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